Tess Mallory has been writing since she was in the seventh grade when she composed a ten-page poem called The Darling Little Princess in the Land of Ooky Og. Her teacher was impressed, her father was proud, and so she decided when she grew up, she would be a writer. Well, she never really grew up, but as she got older, she wrote short stories and poems and eventually sold stories to children’s magazines. But since there were a lot of really long stories piling up in her head, one day, while her children watched cartoons, she began to write novels. And one day, she sold one. And then some more.
Having been raised to believe that all things are possible, Tess has a particular love for fairies, dragons, time travel, romance, history, and laughter. Because she has to do everything in a quirky, weird way, she’s always incorporated at least one of these loves into every one of her nine published fantasy romance novels. Tess and her husband Bill live in the Texas Hill Country near their three lovely children and one lovely granddaughter, and they all see fireflies and fairies in their backyards on a regular basis, and Tess dances in the rain whenever possible.
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The Fairy Bride
The King of Tir Na Nog, Connal O’Tain, must leave his world and journey to Ireland to find a mortal bride, or his kingdom will be destroyed. He's ready to do his duty, but the last thing he expects is to fall in love with beautiful Erin MacKay. And the last thing Erin expects on her visit is to be swept into a handsome stranger's arms and his enchanted world, let alone become his Fairy Bride!
To Touch The Stars
Skyra Cezan’s homeworld Andromeda has been conquered, and her little sister, the heir to the throne captured by Commander Zarn. When Skyra invades Station One and finds Zarn's son Eagle in command, she takes him hostage, determined to use her telepathic powers to find her sister, and Eagle as leverage. She didn't plan to love him. He didn't plan to help her save the galaxy. Best laid plans.
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